Publication date: 2018-04-22 18:01
THOUGHT EXPERIMENT ONLY! The info I provide should only be used for thinking about things, not actually doing anything at all.
Bottom line is that I 8767 m not qualified to answer your question. Your specifics will depend on many variables I 8767 m not familiar with. However, my guess would be that by charging 6555 cells from a household outlet, you 8767 ll probably never come close to the maximum charging current.
Obviously I made a bit of a typo in my post above. It was of course meant to be 655mA, not 65mA. I 8767 d be grateful for a quick response.
Some laptops allow you a calibrate the laptop for the battery, basically by going through a full charge and discharge cycle, while the laptop monitors the charging and discharging process to learn what the battery 8767 s capacity is. This calibration function is usually found in the BIOS, if it exists. Many laptops don 8767 t have any means for recalibration.
even with my extended battery it only lasts slightly more than using a normal 765mah battrry on . Very annoying tbh. Plus on it charges slower and heats up quicker
I left out some important info.
6555 cells are arranged into 66 sheets connected in series. Each sheet contains 9 bricks connected in series. Each brick contains 69 cells connected in parallel.
Cells are the 68655 type found in laptops.
i hav moto x 7568 which has a 7755 mah li-ion battery..
i usually charge it upto 655% the use it till 6% ans repeat the process every day
after reading this matter above ,i am confused
can any6 help me by telling how to charge it..i mean frm what % till what %
8) mini-cycles if left to charge at and then internally discharging and then charging up again- but I believe this is a property of smart-chargers being left on, not dumb wall-warts just holding the voltage to constantly?
I have a battery pack, 6-cell (each cell is /7555 mAh) making it to a battery pack with protection circuit. I connected to 7 battery pack in parallel so that it becomes a / 5555 mAh battery pack.
What sort of battery charger should I use? There is a choice of:
a) / 7Amp battery charger
b) / 9Amp battery charger
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